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  • IPA: /ˈmɪlɪtənt/, SAMPA: /"mIlIt@nt/

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Late Latin militare (to serve as a soldier)

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Militant (comparative more Militant, superlative most Militant)

Positive
Militant

Comparative
more Militant

Superlative
most Militant

  1. aggressive or combative
  2. fighting or warlike; belligerent
  3. Active in an aggressive way in support of a political or social cause (often associated with extreme left-wing politics).

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Singular
Militant

Plural
Militants

Militant (plural Militants)
  1. An aggressive or fighting person.
  2. One who serves as a soldier.
  3. One who supports a Trotskyite political view or engages in aggressive left-wing politics.

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  • IPA: /militɑ̃/

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Militant m. (f. Militante, m. plural Militants, f. plural Militantes)

  1. militant

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Militant m. (plural Militants)

  1. activist, campaigner

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militant

  1. Present participle of militer.

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mīlitant

  1. third-person Patrono:Conjugation tag p present Patrono:Conjugation tag act indicative of mīlitō.

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